Arizona Governor Vetoes Bill Requiring Schools to Limit Transgender Students' Bathroom Access
PHOENIX (AP) Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs has vetoed Republican-sponsored legislation to restrict use of public school restrooms by transgender students.
The veto was among several the Democratic governor made on Thursday.
Under the bill, public schools in Arizona would have to establish other accommodations for a student who refused to use a multi-occupancy bathroom or changing area of the gender they were assigned at birth. The law would also have applied to sleeping quarters on school-sponsored overnight trips.